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As of January 22, 2015, Windustry has a new website. We are still updating and migrating our old pages, however. If you cannot find information that you are looking for, please contact us and we will forward you a link or the content itself.
Many of the resources that we have gathered over the past 10+ years have been archived on our companion website, windlibrary.org. If you search on that site, you may find the information you are looking for and more!
Finally, until the end of January 2015, you can access our old website at www.windustry.com.
The Midwest Wind Energy Center is presenting its first webinar on February 12, 2015 from 1:30-2:30pm CST with Lisa L. Noty, Midwest Regional Energy Coordinator from the USDA. Noty will be discussing Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) funding opportunities that are currently available and how to apply for them. This webinar is free and open to all interested parties. Read more and register here.Continue readingPower for the Planet, one of a six book series designed for elementary school aged children, brings environmental education and advocacy to the classroom. This book discusses energy, energy consumption and clean energy sources such as wind and solar. It describes wind turbines, and some of wind energy’s strengths and challenges. Each book in the series includes “On the Job” career spotlight interviews with people currently working to find solutions to the environmental issue highlighted by each book. Lisa Daniels, Executive Director of Windustry is interviewed in Power for the Planet about her role in promoting wind energy and her motivation for starting Windustry.Continue reading
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